Monday, November 7, 2011
Historic Credits Push Downtown Projects Forward
BROCKTON--FROM THE MAYOR'S OFFICE:
Three Brockton redevelopment projects, including Trinity Financial's $100 million commercial and residential project in downtown Brockton, have received a total of $900,000 in the latest round of historic rehabilitation tax credits from Secretary of State William F. Galvin’s office.
Trinity Financial, which has proposed the redevelopment of the dilipidated former Enterprise building, received $300,000 for the redevelopment of the Gardner Building.
Trinity’s proposal includes the redevelopment of approximately four acres from the north side of Main Street from Petronelli Way to Centre Street and east to Montello Street.
The proposed project calls for the construction of residential, retail and commercial space, as well as a 325-space city parking garage.
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